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Broken plunger on top of piston model sb1850bn

Can it be fixed? and at what price? thank you.

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First I need the exact model number. And to answer the other question yes it can and I will let you know when I have the info I need. What you need to do if you have taken it apart is look at the cylinder and seals for damage. Let me know

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